After processing

Let There be Lightroom

I am more and more amazed by the powerful tools of  Lightroom 4. Not only can they really help you save some of your shots, but they are very easy to use. So don’t be too quick to delete the shots that don’t look promising at the first look. Lightroom can be your savior. I took this […]

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The Glenlivet Bottle

5 Reasons Why You Must Have This Canon Lens

Whether you are just getting into photography or you are a more seasoned photographer, I really think you will love this lens. I am talking about the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II. It’s a pretty basic lens, but in my opinion, it’s Canon’s best value lens. Here are 5 reasons why I think you should add […]

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Bird's Eye View

3 Views That Will Change Your Perspective

I love the viewfinder on my 5D Mark II and I don’t know what I would do without it. I like seeing what I am taking and I even mentioned this in one of my past blogs. But what if I told you that some of my interesting shots were taken without even looking through the […]

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Boats at Sunset

The End of DSLR Era?

Will DSLRs become obsolete soon? They have been around for many years and we all love them. The perfect combination between a single-lens reflex camera (SLR) and digital technology. A photographer’s dream come true. No film to change, see the picture right away and, if you don’t like it, delete it and forget it. Yes, […]

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NYC - Street

Chronic Over-Processing

Digital photography has come a long way in the past decade. Photographers face the toughest competition ever. The Internet is inundated by stunning photos and sometimes it is even hard to differentiate the ones taken with an iPhone from the ones taken with the most sophisticated DSLR. How do you make yours stand out? I […]

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Orange Flower

5 Tips for Shooting Flowers

I had a blast this past weekend in Ogunquit, ME. This time, the main attraction on the famous Marginal Way didn’t seem to be the spectacular ocean view, but the sea of beautiful flowers. People with camera phones, iPads, DSRLs were thrilled to capture the nice colors. Great shooting opportunity: mostly cloudy, the rain had […]

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